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Lasell announces commencement speaker

By Natalie KfouryCo-Editor-in-Chief

President Michael Alexander announced Judy Smith as the 2015 commencement speaker in a recent email to the Lasell community. Smith, an expert in crisis management and the inspiration behind the hit television show “Scandal,” will deliver the guest speaker address during Commencement on May 17. 285 more words

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Cronin: MHSAA needs uniformity with rules

For a moment, let’s put the issue of Callaway being denied the opportunity to play in the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School Nationals on hold and talk about the real problem at hand with the rationale behind the MHSAA’s decision. 564 more words


Looking for Randy Smith

I have watched with envy over the last decade as friends and family find each other on the internet.  Sometimes the odds are long and the distances in time and geography are daunting but the stories keep coming and they are heartwarming and compelling.   668 more words

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MHSAA rule preventing Callaway, Olive Branch from national championship

Callaway boys and Olive Branch girls basketball teams are petitioning state leaders to overturn the Mississippi High School Activities Association’s rule that prevents teams from playing after their seasons end. 887 more words


#TGIT: Woman of the Hour

The day before we start thanking god that it’s Friday (TGIF) we are raising our wine glasses and tuning in to watch the woman of the hour, Olivia Pope, take over the White House with her killer fashion and political sass. 164 more words

Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit

 Black Enterprise’s Women of Power Summit is quickly approaching, and of all the empowering events you’ve ever attended, you’ve never experienced anything like this one. Heavyweights like Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley, and Judy Smith, the real life “fixer” who inspired Shonda Rhimes’ Scandal, will be delivering addresses sure to leave you amped and more equipped to be your best self. 96 more words

a16z Podcast: Managing a Crisis

A crisis can be an opportunity to change your culture. But you have to get through the crisis first, and that starts with getting to the truth of what happened. 57 more words